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Q.121. Who is called Father of Indian Space programme
(A) Rakesh Sharma
(B) Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
(C) Prof. Satish Dhawan
(D) Dr. Vikram Sarabhai
Q.122. The Satish Dhawan Space centre is located in
Q.123. The Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre is located in
Q.124. The term I.R.N.S.S. stands for
(A) International Remote Navigation Satellite System
(B) Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
(C) Indo Russia Navigation Satellite System
(D) Indian Resource Natural Satellite System
Q.125. The first Satellite of India was
The first Satellite of India was Aryabhatta, which was launched in 1975
Q.126. Which one of the following Remote Sensing Satellites has the highest resolution in the world?
(A) Quick Bird
(C) CARTO SAT-1
Quick Bird Resolution : 0.61 m
Q.127. Which one of the following is not the key activity of G.I.S.?
Q.128. Which of the following provide better details in the area of remote sensing
(A) Black and White Photographs
(B) Colour Oblique Photographs
(C) Infrared Black and White Photograph
(D) Digital Image Processing
Q.129. Which among the following Indian satellite exclusively launched for meteorological study?
(B) Kalpana Chawla Satellite
(D) CARTO SAT-1
Q.130. The RADAR, LIDAR and SONAR are example of
(A) Passive Remote Sensing Sensors
(B) Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle
(C) Navigational Remote Sensing System
(D) Active Remote Sensing Sensors
Q.131. The photographic cameras, multi spectral, scanners, Videocon cameras are example of
(A) Passive Remote Sensing Sensors
(B) Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer
(C) Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle
(D) Geostationary Operational Environment Satellite
Q.132. Match List-I with List-1l and select the correct given below answer using the codes
|List-I (Satellite)||List-II (Year of Launch)|
|A. INSAT-1A||1. 2005|
|B. IRS-1A||2. 1988|
|C. IRS-1B||3. 1982|
|D. EDUSAT||4. 2004|
|E. CARTOSAT-1||5. 1991|
Q.133. The American Earth Resource Technology Satellite launched in the year
Q.134. The French Earth Observation Satellite SPOT-1 was launched in the year
Q.135. The black colour on the satellite imagery represents
(A) Dense forest
(B) Built up area
(C) Water bodies
(D) Cropping field
Q.136. Cartosat-1 has a spatial resolution of
(A) 1 Meter
(B) 2.5 Meter
(C) 5.8 Meter
(D) 10 Meter
Q.137. Which of the following is not a classification of scattering principle?
(A) Faraday scattering
(B) Rayleigh scattering
(C) Mie scattering
(D) Non-selective scattering
Scattering involves in distribution of the light ray in more than two directions. It can be further classified as Rayleigh scattering, Mie scattering, non-selective scattering.
Q.138. Remote sensing uses which of the following waves in its procedure?
(A) Electric field
(B) Sonar waves
(C) Gamma- rays
(D) Electro-magnetic waves
Electro-magnetic waves are used in case of remote sensing. The different waves present in this spectrum enables us to use a variety of waves based on the condition present and can be able have a better output.
Q.139. Which among the following waves is having less wavelength range?
Q.140. Polar orbiting satellites are generally placed at an altitude range of
(A) 7-15 km
(B) 7000-15000 km
(C) 700-1500 km
(D) 70-150 km
Polar orbiting satellites are also known as sun-synchronous satellites, which are generally placed at an altitude range of 700-1500 km from the ground level. These are able to deliver accurate information about the object which we need access to.